Re: SOLVED (and new question) - Re: Fonts aren't quite right (different problem)
dman <email@example.com> writes:
> How do I do that? That is, how do I know if a font is scalable or
> not? Should I just remove the 100dpi and 75dpi font directories, or
> are some of them scalable?
Any PFB (Postscript) or TTF font is scalable. Stuff in the speedo
directory is too. Anything .pcf is bitmap.
I wouldn't recommend removing those directories... some programs may
hardcode fonts and require stuff there (usually "fixed"). Instead,
what I do is set every application/toolkit/whatever I use to use
scalable fonts. It's a long list of places to change, but won't break
Many programs accept X resources for this:
Emacs.font: -monotype-courier new-medium-r-normal-*-*-95-*-*-m-*-iso8859-1
others have other means of configuration, like .gtkrc or the KDE
control panel. That way, you can minimize use of bitmap fonts and
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